A Kids Book About Boredom

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For Ages 5+

Learn to embrace and discover the benefits of boredom and realize your full potential.

We all know what it’s like to feel bored—you must be pretty bored if you're reading the back of this book! But did you know that being bored is actually one of the most wonderful and powerful things in life? Some of the best things ever created or discovered happened when someone was bored. It’s true! With this book, kids can learn to embrace and discover the benefits of boredom and realize their full potential.


Kyle is an artist—but what does that mean? He paints things of all shapes and sizes in his studio and on large buildings. He believes creating space to be bored is the best way to inspire new ideas. When not bored, Kyle keeps busy by helping raise his two daughters with his wife, Amanda, in Dallas, Texas.


Hardback Size: 8in. x 10in.
ISBN: 978-1-953955-05-0
Printed in the USA

64 pages

Copyright 2021
Designed in Portland, Oregon

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Customer Reviews

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Duke S.

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Jennifer M.
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Who knew being bored is important? Glad to share this book with the kids in my life. We learned not doing anything gives your mind (and heart!) the space to explore. Thanks Kyle for a super book and art! 💖

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Kenya F.

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NICOLE S.
Great for out of the box kids

great for our 'social media' driven kids who have a hard time just 'being'.

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Yvonne L.
Boredom

Love that it shows the need for just being still and thinking
And developing some stillness.
Most kids have no idea who they are.